Please wear your masks at the Rockville Town Hall
and at the Post Office during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Southwest Utah Public Health Department News Release:
First responders (including EMTs, law enforcement, firefighters, etc.) can now get the COVID-19 vaccine, along with any healthcare workers. They can register at swuhealth.org/covid-vaccine to set up an appointment at their nearest clinic.
The Southwest Utah Public Health Department (SWUPHD) is currently vaccinating healthcare workers and first responders only.
They will be followed by K-12 school staff, then vaccinations will be open to the general public, beginning with people over 75 years of age.
Priority for those with underlying health conditions and other age groups will also be announced in the near future.
Please follow local news sources, our website at swuhealth.org/covid, or social media at swuhealth to get notification of when you‘re eligible to get vaccinated. When your priority or age group is open, you will need to register online at swuhealth.org/covid for a vaccine appointment time, and will be able to print off a consent form to fill out and bring with you to the clinic in your county. You can also access the vaccine fact sheet.
As we see case numbers, hospitalizations, and deaths continue from the spread of COVID-19 in our area, we continue to encourage all residents to get vaccinated when able and continue to protect your vulnerable loved ones by maintaining distancing, wearing masks when within 6 feet, keeping hands washed, and staying home if sick.
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ROCKVILLE SOUVENIRS ARE HERE!!
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE TOWN OFFICE:
- SHORT SLEEVED T-SHIRTS, MEN'S & WOMEN'S SIZES - $15.00 EACH
- LONG SLEEVED T-SHIRTS, MEN'S SIZES - $18.00 EACH
- NEW HOT DRINK MUGS, BROWN & BLUE - $6.00 EACH
- THE JOY OF ROCKVILLE COOKBOOK - $12.00 EACH
AND THE BOOK "HISTORIC ROCKVILLE" - $25.00 EACH
This is a new book about Rockville’s history and is a project completed by the Rockville Historic Preservation Commission for Rockville’s 150 Year Celebration. In 1999, the Utah Division of State History and the National Park Service provided grant funds to the Commission to make an archival photographic collection of people, places, and events important to the historical record of Rockville and surrounding communities. After the photographs were collected, some were framed and mounted and are hanging in the Rockville Community Center. The book Historic Rockville includes these pictures and explains the stories behind the photographs and Rockville’s history. The book is available at the Town of Rockville office and is also available on line at www.graftonheritage.org.